G-Men make point…Jags make history….TSU break through…


Week 4 of college football continues to be a roller coaster ride. You never know what kind of excitement to expect. Week 4 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference provided an indication of what to expect when it comes to excitement. Grambling State travel to Jackson to take on Tony Hughes’ Tiger. Things didn’t go well for the home standing Tigers as they were buried 35-14. The G-Men dominated from the start to take a 21-0 halftime lead. JSU finally got on the board on a DeShawn Tillman fumble recovery to cut it to 28-7. Both teams would score once more to finalize the score. The G-Men were lead by QB Devante Kincade 227 yards passing and 1 TD. WR Chad Williams continue has NFL type of play with 131 yards receiving and 1 TD. JSU was paced by QB Brent Lyles  150 yards passing. WR Dan Williams 102 yards receiving paced the Tigers air game.


Coach Brian Jenkins assumed he was making programs after losing a nail biter to Alcorn State last week. However, it may seem that the Hornets will have to start over again. Southern University blasted the Hornets 64-6 in Baton Rouge, La. WR Willie Quinn solidified himself as one of the SWAC’S best as it comes to excitement. Quinn  Willie Quinn accounted for 320 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns as the Jags took an early 34-0 lead at the half. QB Austin Howard passed for 304 yards and 3 TD’S. RB Lenard Tillery rushed for 144 yards. The Hornets were paced by Quinterris Toppings 248 yards passing.


Texas Southern finally broke through in the victory column with a 31-0 over the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils in Houston. QB  Averion Hurts had 273 yards passing with a career-high three touchdowns to pace the Tigers. RB Tyler Cooks 2 tds paced the Tigers as well. MVSU was paced by QB Austin Bray 170 yards passing.


Prairie View got back on the winning note as they traveled to Alabama A&M and defeated the Bulldogs 41-20. QB Trey Green passed for 197 yards and 2 TD’S. RB Sta’fon McCray rushed for 192 yards and 2tds’ to paced the Panther ground game.  Prairie View A&M piled up 543 yards of total offense against the Bulldogs. Alabama A&M was paced by RB Jordan Bentley 126 yards rushing and 1TD. QB De’Angelo Ballard also rushed for 111 yards and 1td.


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